Boone County, Kentucky

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You might guess that this county is named for Daniel Boone. The county seat is Burlington. The county was formed in 1798 from part of Campbell County. It is located in the northeast portion of Kentucky.

County Government

County Clerk

Administration Building
First Floor
2950 Washington Square
Burlington, Kentucky 41005

The County Clerk has land records, legal records, marriage licenses and delinquent tax information. It is possible to use eCCLIX for records lookup.


Mailing Address
PO Box 388
Burlington, KY 41005

Phone (859) 334-2181
Fax (859) 334-2126

The PVA has an online property search on their website.

Boone County Institutions

Main Library

1786 Burlington Pike
Burlington, KY 41005
Fax: 859-689-0435

This library is rich with information about local history. Their collection includes information about Boone County, local families, the Underground Railroad, and Big Bone Springs Community.

Additionally the library’s collection includes personal letters and diaries, church records, research from local historians, digital photographs of families, events, buildings, and donated family files, county records and cemetery transcriptions.

The Chronicles of Boone County is a site maintained by the library and houses a repository of historical information.

William T. Young Library

This University of Kentucky library houses newspapers from many of the counties in Kentucky, including the Boone County Recorder.


The Historical Society meets at the Main Library, Burlington Pike on the third Thursday of odd-numbered months at 7:00 PM. They have a website with links to 65 documents regarding history in Boone County.

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